Expert care for knee pain and injuries
When our knees are feeling good, we hardly think about them. But when they hurt, we become incredibly aware just how much we use them throughout the day. Knee pain can come on suddenly from an injury or slowly with daily wear and tear. No matter the cause, you want an expert orthopedic team who can help you move comfortably again as quickly as possible.
The team at TRIA is at the forefront of orthobiologics, the latest surgical techniques and orthopedic research. We provide world class care for all knee conditions, including knee ligament tears, runner’s knee and arthritis. Our knee specialists will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan. With comprehensive nonsurgical and surgical treatment options for knee pain, we’re here to help you move with confidence again.
"I am so grateful that [your team was] able to fix my knee, I would have no chance to run around with my daughter and wife without their care and expertise. Thank you!!!!!!!"
What we treat
- IT band syndrome
- Knee bone spurs
- Knee dislocations
- Knee overuse injuries
- Knee sprains and strains
- Knee stress fractures
- Knee tendon tears
- Meniscus tears
- Osgood-Schlatter disease
- Patellar tendonitis (jumper’s knee)
- Patellar tracking disorders
- Patellofemoral pain syndrome (runner’s knee)
- Quadriceps tendon ruptures
Starting treatment for knee pain
We recommend talking with a doctor about your knee pain as soon as you notice it’s affecting your daily life. The earlier you get help for your knee condition, the easier it is to treat.
Our knee patients usually have their first appointment with one of our doctors or clinicians. We’re trained to know when surgery is needed to manage knee pain and when nonsurgical treatment options might be a more effective course of treatment. We’ll only guide you toward surgery when it is the best option for you.
During your appointment, we’ll talk with you about your symptoms, medical history and lifestyle. We’ll get an understanding of your overall health so we can manage any factors that might be making your knee pain worse. After your examination, we’ll start you on your treatment plan, and our team of physical therapists,
Treating knee pain
We create personalized treatment plans for all our patients. Depending on your unique needs, we might recommend one or more of the following treatments for your knees:
Nonsurgical treatments for knee conditions
In many cases, knee pain can be managed with nonsurgical treatments. Some common nonsurgical knee pain treatments include:
We have a number of specialized physical therapy programs that can help knee pain, including the
Injuries and illnesses can cause inflammation of the knee and surrounding areas. Swelling caused by inflammation can press on nerve endings in the tissue, causing pain. Cortisone is a steroid that can help to reduce inflammation and pressure that’s causing knee pain. We’ll administer cortisone injections in or near the knee to provide short-term pain relief when other anti-inflammatory medicines aren’t effective.
Hyaluronic acid injections
Your body naturally makes hyaluronic acid to lubricate your joints. Hyaluronic acid is a fluid that protects your knees from the bumps and jostles we naturally experience while moving. Hyaluronic acid injections can boost your body’s natural supply and provide pain relief for up to six months – they are typically administered multiple times over a few weeks to provide the maximum benefit.
TRIA is at the forefront of
Orthobiologic treatments can be used instead of surgery or in addition to surgery. While there are many different types of orthobiologic therapies, platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections are the most commonly used orthobiologic treatment.
Surgical treatments for knee conditions
At TRIA, we’ll never guide you toward surgery unless it’s the most effective treatment for you. When surgery is the best treatment option for your knee condition, we’ll answer all your questions so you’ll feel prepared for the surgery and recovery. Common types of knee surgeries we perform include:
Knee arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure where we use an arthroscope, a small tube with a camera on the end, to guide us as we remove damaged tissue. The arthroscope helps us make the smallest incisions possible, cutting down on your recovery time. This surgery is often used to treat a torn meniscus, remove loose cartilage or bone fragments, and treat infections of the knee.
Knee replacement surgery
When the cartilage that covers and cushions your knee is damaged, your knee can become stiff and painful to move. Replacing your knee with an artificial joint can improve knee function, reduce stiffness and ease your pain.
There are two types of
One type of innovative new technique is a robotic-assisted total knee replacement. ROSA® or the robotic surgical assistant, allows for more precise, personalized surgeries. A good implant fit is key to a full and comfortable recovery. Using information gathered before and during the surgery, ROSA uses the details of your own anatomy to ensure a more exact implant fit.
ROSA gives your surgeon the real-time information they need to plan and carry out a total knee replacement based on your individual needs.
When you have a knee replacement at TRIA, you’ll have the option to recover at home. In fact, the majority of our patients are able to go home the same day as their surgery and find this the most comfortable recovery option. When recovering at home isn’t the best choice for you, you have the option to stay at a hotel as part of our